• Ron Fox (google)

    Tel Aviv is a modern city. It's the frist with data buses.

  • Ashley Sheridan (google) in reply to Ron Fox

    Does that use those data super highways then?

  • PWolff (nodebb) in reply to Ashley Sheridan

    Yes, while c-logging the traffic.

  • cst1992 (unregistered)

    The Latin one shows how fake testimonials really are.

  • asdf (unregistered)

    Aren't those class-C IPv4 addresses?

  • Nicholas "LB" Braden (github)

    By clicking Yes, you have started your 30 days free trial of iMacros

  • Anonymous Coward (unregistered) in reply to cst1992

    It's not that all testimonials are fake it's that a lot of "enterpreneurs" (one could use term "con artist" here instead) are using obvious fake testimonials. The liability for providing such lies to consumers depends on local jurisdiction (ie in some places you can lie pretty freely) but let's focus on the jurisdictions where such lying is punishable. Making fake testimonials basically boils down to not getting caught. Which is exactly what using Lorem Ipsum testimonials does.

  • Lorem Ipsum (unregistered)

    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec hendrerit vehicula est, in consequat. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

  • Anonymous') OR 1=1; DROP TABLE wtf; -- (unregistered)

    The fake testimonials on Tiff Zhang's startup generator are so much better fake testimonials that Lorem Ipsum.

  • Anonymous') OR 1=1; DROP TABLE wtf; -- (unregistered) in reply to Anonymous') OR 1=1; DROP TABLE wtf; --
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  • sbcs (unregistered)

    Input address in one byte = use single-byte characters only, i.e. Katakana as defined in JIS X 0201.

  • lights0213 (unregistered)

    The iMacros thing: I get that EVERY time it updates on my Mac and PC. It doesn't even open up the "Free Trial" page.

  • PWolff (nodebb)

    Can someone please explain to an ignorant whatever in what way web automation influences Return On Sale specifically for an iMac?

  • Joe Loughry (unregistered)

    192.169? That's outside the RFC1918 address space.

  • slapout1 (nodebb)

    Maybe they're re-writing Java in C#

  • kktkkr (unregistered)

    For the English-speaking world: one byte -> ASCII (you shouldn't use the 80-FF range unless you're fine with the systems messing up your data), half-width -> normal width (fullwidth looks like extra width!), English numbers -> Hindu-Arabic numerals (you'd be surprised how many sets of decimal numerals are contained in Unicode). So please don't spell out your PIN in English words.

    Bonus: I guess I live at my home address1, my home address2, my home address3 in my home city address. I might have forgotten my Web Password, but thankfully I set it the same as my confirm Web Password. (Which is the same combination on my luggage!)

  • b.a. freeman (unregistered) in reply to Anonymous') OR 1=1; DROP TABLE wtf; --

    i see that little bobby tables is commenting...

  • Mike (unregistered)

    So would you say that is a 'Next-Hop' route you'd have the bus taking?

  • Norman Diamond (unregistered)
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  • BobbyTables (nodebb) in reply to b.a. freeman

    Hey, who are you calling little? I am Just under the average.

  • Norman Diamond (unregistered)

    Hey, who are you calling little? I am Just under the average.

    Dunning-Kruger at work. Hey boy, you were dropped by a squirrel when you were a kid, and hit your head on a table.

  • LK (unregistered)

    Which IP takes me to the Canbus?

  • ender (nodebb) in reply to Norman Diamond

    Uh huh. The Unicode consortium should expect a flood of job applications from unemployed coders.

    The file is UTF-8 encoded, but your browser wrongly guessed it's ISO-8859-1.

  • Norman Diamond (unregistered)

    Uh huh. The Unicode consortium should expect a flood of job applications from unemployed coders.

    The file is UTF-8 encoded, but your browser wrongly guessed it's ISO-8859-1.

    You're right. Waterfox's code base is Firefox, so I guess we know who to blame.

  • Paul M (unregistered)

    I hope they don't get a buffer overflow when they adopt IPv6.

  • Jim (unregistered) in reply to Ron Fox

    TRWTF is "distination". Couldn't use a spell checker on a sign?

  • Olipro (unregistered) in reply to asdf

    No, because this isn't 1992

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